Lots to Love - Trinity


Lots To Love – Trinity

There’s Lots to Love about Trinity!

Trinity is in the coastal suburb of Alkimos which was named after a word meaning "strong" and the Greek god, Álkimos, given to a ship that’s wrecked off the coast there.

Trinity is incredibly close to the beach and 15 minutes from the Joondalup town centre, making it the perfect balance of cool coastal and city connectedness.

Things to Do

You’ll be spending a lot of time at the beach when you live at Trinity. Long beach walks, swimming, and exploring the dunes.

Build a sandcastle, pack a picnic, and watch the sun set while you ponder how lucky you are to live beside the seaside.

There’s also plenty to do in the surrounding area, including visiting the Mindarie Marina, Yanchep National Park, the busy Joondalup centre or running down to the local Trinity Village Shopping Centre, how’s that for convenience?


Getting around is easy when you’re so close to the Butler train station, 10km from Mindarie, 14km from Yanchep, 15km from Joondalup, and just minutes from the Mitchell.


Trinity is incredibly connected. But not just in the way you think!

It’s connected to a lighting fast internet via underground fibre optic cables – the only ones of their kind in the northern suburbs.

There’s even wireless hot-spots in the Agora Village Square, so you’ll never need to feel disconnected from your loved ones. They’re only a click away.

But just like the name suggests – good things come in threes!

There’s two more ways Trinity is connected that you wouldn’t have expected; art and nature.

Trinity has an extensive collection of public art, so everyone can experience the joy it brings. This even includes an art walk where you’ll find works by West Australian artists – just scan the corresponding QR code and you’ll find out more about the piece and its creator.

Being connected to nature is so easy at Trinity! Not only will you live by the beautiful Indian Ocean, the Trinity design itself features other ways you can get in touch with the natural surroundings.

Take the Agora Bush-walk through Banksia woodland, it’s an interactive walk trail featuring QR codes to scan along the way for information about the area and its flora and fauna.

There’s even a playground at one end of the walk, and an exercise loop featuring public fitness equipment – so you can save money on that gym membership!

Trinity - there’s Lots to Love.



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